Welcome back once again! The wonderful Deconstructed Sketch was perfect for a baby card that I needed to make. I pulled out the sweet Something for Baby stamp set and went to work.
I flipped the sketch 45 degrees to better accommodate the baby carriage image, plus omitted one of the cross layers as the card was already pretty busy with all the layers and designer paper. I stamped the carriage twice on Whisper White paper, once in Hello Honey and the once in Crisp Cantaloupe, then cut them both out with the matching framelit. Using my paper snips, I then trimmed the bottom of the one in Crisp Cantaloupe, then popped it up on dimensionals.
The flower was created by punching Crisp Cantaloupe three times with the flower punch from Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack and layered on one another with glue dots. The largest Basic Pearl was added as the finishing touch. While the card has lots of layers it was actually pretty quick to assemble.
That's it for today. As always, your visit and comments are so appreciated! Be sure to use the link above to check out all the great inspiration and even play along (the link closes Wednesday evening).
Stamps: Something for Baby, Petite Pairs
Paper: Whisper White, Baked Brown Sugar, Hello Honey, Crisp Cantaloupe, Lullaby dsp
Ink: Crisp Cantaloupe, Hello Honey
Other: Babies First Framelit, 1 1/4" & 7/8" Scallop Circle, Corner Rounder and Itt Bitty Accents Punch Pack punches, Basic Pears, Distress Dots embossing folder, Crisp Cantaloupe Ruffle Trim